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Roatan Attractions

West End

West End is a mile-long strip along the northwestern coast of Roatan, offering a line-up of dive shops, gift shops, small hotels, mini-marts, restaurants, and bars. Half Moon Bay is the largest stretch of beach, with a few commercial properties sitting right on the sand and offering beautiful sunset views. Docks abound as you head west from the entrance into town; they are lined with boats from SCUBA dive shops and water taxi drivers. Continuing west, you’ll hit the development of Sunset Villas, providing a multitude of vacation rental options and several long-term apartment rentals as well. Past that, the road turns into dirt and runs into the beach, around which are a few more housing options and restaurants. Keep heading down the beach in that direction and you’ll eventually get to West Bay Beach.

West Bay

West Bay is located in the west side of Roatan, Honduras, making it part of the biggest Bay Island in Honduras.[1] West bay and West End are often confused by the similarity of their names, but they are two totally different things. West End is a paved road lined with shops and small hotels, while West Bay is a larger area consisting of West Bay Beach.West Bay beach is a white sand beach and is surrounded by the second largest reef barrier in the world. In October 2011, The Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine made a top 5 of the best beaches in the world for snorkeling in this top 5, the magazine ranked West Bay as the fourth best beach for doing this activity. The Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine said: “Divers adore Roatan. but snorkelers will find plenty to love off this sweet stretch of sand on the island's west coast, courtesy of a vast and thriving reef that's an easy swim from the beach.” In 2016 the tourism page Trip Advisor held an international contest of the 25 best beaches of the world, in which West Bay placed 9th worldwide and 1st place in Central America. CNN in Spanish published this list of beaches as part of their travel section. In 2015, West Bay Beach appeared in 15th place, in a contest considers based on users reviews of beaches

Punta Gorda

The scenic Garífuna town of Punta Gorda is a place not to be missed. Located on the northeast coast of Roatan, this colorful beach town has stunning views, recreational marine opportunities and fantastic Garífuna cuisine. Come to the East End, meet the friendly community and learn about its rich traditions. The scenic Garífuna town of Punta Gorda is a place not to be missed. Located on the northeast coast of Roatan, this colorful beach town has stunning views, recreational marine opportunities and fantastic Garífuna cuisine. Come to the East End, meet the friendly community and learn about its rich traditions. Punta Gorda has numerous bars and restaurants for the weary traveler, come and relax and try the Giffity, the traditional Garífuna drink. Enjoy the fabulous beach and take a bath or snorkel. Try your luck at traditional fishing methods, see a colorful show of cultural dance or craft shop from one of the local vendors.

Carambola Botanical

The 100% natural 40 acres of the Carambola Botanical Gardens and their many jungle trails offer a perfect place for hiking, wildlife and scenic photography, eco tours, Professor/student tours, bird watching, nature studies, and of course, relaxation. So, "take a walk on the wild side" and watch the playful Monkey La La scurry along jungle trails as you enjoy flowering plants, orchids, medicinal plants, exotic spices, fruit and nut trees, including the very popular "Chocolate Tree" and the world famous Honduran mahogany tree. Plan to make your way to the summit of Carambola Mountain where along the way you will see an area where nature has provided a near sheer cliff, thus protecting natural Iguana species and parrot breeding grounds historically known as "Iguana Wall".
Attractions
Roatan Attractions
West End is a mile-long strip along the northwestern coast of Roatan, offering a line-up of dive shops, gift shops, small hotels, mini-marts, restaurants, and bars. Half Moon Bay is the largest stretch of beach, with a few commercial properties sitting right on the sand and offering beautiful sunset views. Docks abound as you head west from the entrance into town; they are lined with boats from SCUBA dive shops and water taxi drivers. Continuing west, you’ll hit the development of Sunset Villas, providing a multitude of vacation rental options and several long-term apartment rentals as well. Past that, the road turns into dirt and runs into the beach, around which are a few more housing options and restaurants. Keep heading down the beach in that direction and you’ll eventually get to West Bay Beach.
West Bay is located in the west side of Roatan, Honduras, making it part of the biggest Bay Island in Honduras.[1] West bay and West End are often confused by the similarity of their names, but they are two totally different things. West End is a paved road lined with shops and small hotels, while West Bay is a larger area consisting of West Bay Beach.West Bay beach is a white sand beach and is surrounded by the second largest reef barrier in the world. In October 2011, The Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine made a top 5 of the best beaches in the world for snorkeling in this top 5, the magazine ranked West Bay as the fourth best beach for doing this activity. The Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine said: “Divers adore Roatan. but snorkelers will find plenty to love off this sweet stretch of sand on the island's west coast, courtesy of a vast and thriving reef that's an easy swim from the beach.” In 2016 the tourism page Trip Advisor held an international contest of the 25 best beaches of the world, in which West Bay placed 9th worldwide and 1st place in Central America. CNN in Spanish published this list of beaches as part of their travel section. In 2015, West Bay Beach appeared in 15th place, in a contest considers based on users reviews of beaches
The scenic Garífuna town of Punta Gorda is a place not to be missed. Located on the northeast coast of Roatan, this colorful beach town has stunning views, recreational marine opportunities and fantastic Garífuna cuisine. Come to the East End, meet the friendly community and learn about its rich traditions. The scenic Garífuna town of Punta Gorda is a place not to be missed. Located on the northeast coast of Roatan, this colorful beach town has stunning views, recreational marine opportunities and fantastic Garífuna cuisine. Come to the East End, meet the friendly community and learn about its rich traditions. Punta Gorda has numerous bars and restaurants for the weary traveler, come and relax and try the Giffity, the traditional Garífuna drink. Enjoy the fabulous beach and take a bath or snorkel. Try your luck at traditional fishing methods, see a colorful show of cultural dance or craft shop from one of the local vendors.
The 100% natural 40 acres of the Carambola Botanical Gardens and their many jungle trails offer a perfect place for hiking, wildlife and scenic photography, eco tours, Professor/student tours, bird watching, nature studies, and of course, relaxation. So, "take a walk on the wild side" and watch the playful Monkey La La scurry along jungle trails as you enjoy flowering plants, orchids, medicinal plants, exotic spices, fruit and nut trees, including the very popular "Chocolate Tree" and the world famous Honduran mahogany tree. Plan to make your way to the summit of Carambola Mountain where along the way you will see an area where nature has provided a near sheer cliff, thus protecting natural Iguana species and parrot breeding grounds historically known as "Iguana Wall".
Attractions
Roatan Attractions
West End is a mile-long strip along the northwestern coast of Roatan, offering a line-up of dive shops, gift shops, small hotels, mini-marts, restaurants, and bars. Half Moon Bay is the largest stretch of beach, with a few commercial properties sitting right on the sand and offering beautiful sunset views. Docks abound as you head west from the entrance into town; they are lined with boats from SCUBA dive shops and water taxi drivers. Continuing west, you’ll hit the development of Sunset Villas, providing a multitude of vacation rental options and several long-term apartment rentals as well. Past that, the road turns into dirt and runs into the beach, around which are a few more housing options and restaurants. Keep heading down the beach in that direction and you’ll eventually get to West Bay Beach.
West Bay is located in the west side of Roatan, Honduras, making it part of the biggest Bay Island in Honduras.[1] West bay and West End are often confused by the similarity of their names, but they are two totally different things. West End is a paved road lined with shops and small hotels, while West Bay is a larger area consisting of West Bay Beach.West Bay beach is a white sand beach and is surrounded by the second largest reef barrier in the world. In October 2011, The Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine made a top 5 of the best beaches in the world for snorkeling in this top 5, the magazine ranked West Bay as the fourth best beach for doing this activity. The Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine said: “Divers adore Roatan. but snorkelers will find plenty to love off this sweet stretch of sand on the island's west coast, courtesy of a vast and thriving reef that's an easy swim from the beach.” In 2016 the tourism page Trip Advisor held an international contest of the 25 best beaches of the world, in which West Bay placed 9th worldwide and 1st place in Central America. CNN in Spanish published this list of beaches as part of their travel section. In 2015, West Bay Beach appeared in 15th place, in a contest considers based on users reviews of beaches
The scenic Garífuna town of Punta Gorda is a place not to be missed. Located on the northeast coast of Roatan, this colorful beach town has stunning views, recreational marine opportunities and fantastic Garífuna cuisine. Come to the East End, meet the friendly community and learn about its rich traditions. The scenic Garífuna town of Punta Gorda is a place not to be missed. Located on the northeast coast of Roatan, this colorful beach town has stunning views, recreational marine opportunities and fantastic Garífuna cuisine. Come to the East End, meet the friendly community and learn about its rich traditions. Punta Gorda has numerous bars and restaurants for the weary traveler, come and relax and try the Giffity, the traditional Garífuna drink. Enjoy the fabulous beach and take a bath or snorkel. Try your luck at traditional fishing methods, see a colorful show of cultural dance or craft shop from one of the local vendors.
The 100% natural 40 acres of the Carambola Botanical Gardens and their many jungle trails offer a perfect place for hiking, wildlife and scenic photography, eco tours, Professor/student tours, bird watching, nature studies, and of course, relaxation. So, "take a walk on the wild side" and watch the playful Monkey La La scurry along jungle trails as you enjoy flowering plants, orchids, medicinal plants, exotic spices, fruit and nut trees, including the very popular "Chocolate Tree" and the world famous Honduran mahogany tree. Plan to make your way to the summit of Carambola Mountain where along the way you will see an area where nature has provided a near sheer cliff, thus protecting natural Iguana species and parrot breeding grounds historically known as "Iguana Wall".